Charlie Sheen might be crazy, but he came to his senses when the seriousness of his impending marriage finally sunk in.
Charlie Sheen isn’t winning in New York City. The Two and a Half Men actor has recently been banned from many of New York’s top hotels as he prepares to visit the city for his Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option Tour.
The ban comes after Sheen snorted a bunch of cocaine and attempted to destroy a hotel room as a porn star remained locked in the room closet, a night that ended with Sheen’s arrest and admittance to a local hospital.
According to an insider snoop:
Charlie Sheen is suing Warner Bros. for $100 million, claiming he was wrongfully fired from Two and a Half Men. Forget the fact that Sheen went crazy, started snorting suitcases full of coke and production had to be stalled because of his behavior, costing the studios what was probably the equivalent to millions of dollars, Sheen still believes he can win in a court of public opinion.
Actually Charlie thinks he can win in an actual court of legal fact, announcing on Wednesday that he wants his day in court with the studio, rather than going through legal closed-door arbitration.
Sheen says arbitration won’t work since many of the judges in the area do business with Warner Bros, providing them with an unfair advantage.
Charlie Sheen is winning! CBS is reportedly in talks with the troubled actor so he’ll return to the set of the networks uber-popular sitcom Two and a Half Men. The announcement comes just two weeks after Sheen was fired and subsequently banned from the Warner Bros. studio lot.
NBC reporter Jeff Rossen tweeted on Monday:
“CBS has offered him his job back. Discussions ongoing. Not a done deal.”
When Mike Tyson says you might have issues, it’s probably time to check yourself into rehab or a mental health facility. That’s what happened this week when Tyson visited the set of Access Hollywood Live and discussed the recent behavior of former Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen.
According to Tyson the actor either has “emotional issues” or it’s just “Charlie Sheen being Charlie Sheen.”
Tyson goes on to say that he wants to get his hands on “some of that new drug ‘Charlie Sheen'”